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Maplewood provides individuals with educational experiences that aid in personal growth and the development of career/technical skills leading to graduation, higher education and/or employment.

Maplewood Career Center's Adult Education Programs Qualify for Ohio's TechCred

This program gives businesses the chance to upskill current and future employees. Businesses who submit successful applications will be reimbursed up to $2000 per credential.

For information call the Adult Education Office at (330)296-2892 Ext. 551011 or click the Ohio Tech Cred link right.

Dental Assisting

ADULT EVENING! Acquire a career in Dental Assisting! Learn though one-on-one instruction, gain hands-on lab experience. Payment Plan Available! Call the Adult Education Office at (330) 296-2892, Ext. 551010.

NOTE: If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.

#5600 | Meets 2 Days Per Week (6 p.m. to 9 p.m.)/(T/TH)

Program Admission Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, Work Keys Assessment/Supplies Needed: Scrubs (Dark Navy Blue) and tennis shoes Class start dates subject to change due to low enrollment.  NOTE:  If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.     

Class starts September 10, 2024

 

 

Medical Billing and Coding

The ever-evolving healthcare industry is always incorporating technological advancements to provide quality service to patients. As a result, more trained professionals are needed, especially in areas of coding and billing. The objective of the program is to prepare students with a solid foundation of medical terminology, billing and coding knowledge, and technological skills so that they can seek entry-level employment skills to work within a medical office, clinic, or hospital setting. Students will learn the principles of billing and coding include use of the CMS 1500 form, ICD-10 codes, CPT codes, HIPAA confidentiality, and legal aspects.

Credentialing Examination: Graduates eligible to take Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam (plus membership)

Class start dates subject to change due to low enrollment.    NOTE:  If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.